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# 00000 - 1957 Flair Card game Almy & Orrin $14.95
                              Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1957 Flair Card game Almy & Orrin $12.95
                              Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 06664 - 1957 Flair Card game Almy & Orrin $11.95
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Flair Card game
©1957, Almy & Orrin
Ages: 7 and Up
Players: 2 to 6
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1 Plastic peg board
(6-1/4" x  6-1/4")
30 Plastic yellow pegs (1-1/8")
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DESCRIPTION - from the game
FLAIR is played with standard card decks and any number of players from two to six can
play.  Combining the elements of science, strategy and bluff, Flair is designed to keep
combatants at wit's edge.  The game is played with two trump suits, wild cards, and a
scoreboard.  The first half of each hand, called the buildup, is pure cutthroat.  The second
half, a playoff called the tally, will give yo an opportunity to express your best card skill.   
During the first half of the game, the buildup, the object is to build combinations of cards,
popularly referred to as melds, and strengthen one's hand for the secong half, the tally,
when players establish trumps, and tricks count for the score. Tricks do not count in the
buildup half. They only determine which cards are drawn from the token and stock piles.  
The Fascinating
NEW CARD GAME
NOTE:  The publisher does
not include standard deck(s)
of cards with this game.
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